Scanned Documents

Scanned Documents

The Bluetick Land Management System (LMS) allows users to upload scanned documents and attach them to almost any available object, such as Owners, Tracts, Leases, Right of Ways, Agreements, Units and Wells.

Quick Upload and Attachment of Critical Documents

The Bluetick LMS gives users the ability to scan a document, attach it to a Lease and then expand the relationship between the document and all lessors and tracts on the lease. This convenient feature makes the scanned document visible when viewing the lease, the lessor or the tract without having to upload the document to each applicable object of the lease.

The Bluetick Land Management System quickly creates a universal relationship between the scanned document and multiple objects (tracts, leases, etc) within the system.

The Land Management System can also retrieve scanned documents easily with search functions to find documents based on name or type of object to which it’s attached.

More Scanned Documents In a Single Import

Using the Bluetick LMS scans import tool, users can upload thousands of scanned documents at one time, thereby cutting down the time to insert important documentation into the sytem. Using a naming convention that references the object within the system, those scans can be automatically attached to leases, owners, tracts, etc. based on the relevance to those objects. No more having to upload documents “one at a time” when you purchase an area from another entity. You can upload them all at once and since they attach themselves to their appropriate counterparts, you see the documents in the system where they need to be.

With FTP access, you can also upload thousands of scanned documents into a single folder and automatically attach them to leases, tracts or more. Furthermore, the Bluetick LMS gives you the freedom to download, open or email documents to various recipients throughout the operation or on the client side.

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